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terrific tow; lit, Mee the hogs& H• la • low home. was demolished, and NI% Frit' and a little Twit

terrific tow; lit, Mee the hogs& H• la • low home. was demolished, and NI% Frit' and a little Twit

Kin; or TROMILII.—. Aix/eel/mg to a letter from Copenhagen, the agitation against the Countess Danner, the morganatic wife el the King, is gaining ground at where, even close up to the gates the soap of a scandalous and impudent description Naiad the Countess are sung tritiont t
20 January 1860 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
PSALMS

PSALMS

HYMNS AT THS PARISH catiacil. TATIATOCIL am. milled edges - - Is. 4i. Is" Oh NIP' • - - • Pm& liana" gilt sips - - L. M. Tubs Iwo" gat edges - b. M. MONK & SON, AUCTIONEERS APPRAISERS, ABBEY, TAFISTOCE, 0 AND
2 September 1859 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
WHAT TO STRIKE FOB.

WHAT TO STRIKE FOB.

Wader the above beading a nmerpondent of the Dispatch points um somralabusas at 'Mob he Minks • strike night be meeerisfolly aimed. We give SUMO tostaucea : The builders' strike is a great plague, as the won kreen involved iu it will themselves too probably die:over. Like other
2 September 1859 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
"THE OLD NEW."

"THE OLD NEW."

An miming book, by M. Edouard Fournier, with the title of "Le Vieux Neuf," contains a number of illimbstions, collected with much industry, and grouped with considerable ability, of Solomon's Novel*, " Nothing new ander the sun." There is no such thing, he says, as an invention
2 September 1859 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
iItItIOU

iItItIOU

to the list 114.11:411rn) TOM the ttvg oc trNie still continues; thewortnnonnwenrottragt4 'Le the attthtin tht. bottr at..ttatt ha. faatal. sty to ra.turn to Uttar wort .h) the contnnttna ow. tttaof the nwt rupolis It only few of to) Witt tht.ntaalvta. and f tl,O Itoxbltrglabire
11 October 1861 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
WCH.ELMAS FAIR.

WCH.ELMAS FAIR.

&lir to wilco gvuorat th roasting of Ilse savoury History has hided to inform ua when, nosh byWham the first gone was eaten, and this omissioa is to ray the least of it unpardonabk. of tin whim pmtaking of" the merry thought." the lig, that delicate morel of the savoury bird whi
11 October 1861 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

CORONER'S INQUEST. —At Petertucy, on Mord:ty list, an inquest was held, teAre A. B.Bone, , on the body of the man Blarney, win, w:is drowned at Devon Union Mine, on the 2lvt when a verdict of •'accidental death " was returned. AstlßUitiox.--Sudden Dcath.—On Monday last, George.
29 May 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
A GHOST STORY!

A GHOST STORY!

Mr. Andrew Campbell, of the Royal Dramatic College, writes the following amusing letter to the Times : Anything which tends to allay the fears of superstition, particularly to the young, cannot but be approved. The account that went the rounds of the papers of a " Ghost in a Bel
29 May 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
ADDING INSULT TO INJURY.

ADDING INSULT TO INJURY.

"Manhattan," the correspondent of the London Standard, writes : There really does not seem to be much doubt but that the Great Ruler of the Universe is decidedly opposed to us, and in favour of the rebels, showing very conclusively that the system of African slavery is a Divine
29 May 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
quite a different person during the week of my confinement in the House of Detention, sin—Alderman Phillips : Dorbtless ;

quite a different person during the week of my confinement in the House of Detention, sin—Alderman Phillips : Dorbtless ;

and on that principle it would be fer better that you should go to prison for a much lottger period, it would probablV,makd p complete i•e-formation and effect a perfect cure.—Prisoner (holding l ip his hands) : Oh, I hope not, sir ; let me go this time and I'll never drink agai
29 May 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England